The justices are back on the bench this morning for their first arguments of the new year. In one of those arguments, two veteran advocates face off for an unusual fourth time. We speak with one of them about their serial pairing. And a longtime foe of class actions is spreading his wings to take on new litigation targets. The justices may have the first decisions of 2019 tomorrow morning, so stay tuned. Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief. We welcome comments and newsworthy tips about what you or colleagues are doing at [email protected] and [email protected].

Friendly Adversaries Meet Again

The lawyers who will be arguing against each other in today’s second case, Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus, are no strangers to each other.

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